Research in NASA History This
new monograph is a helpful guide to the historical research collections
at NASA's Headquarters and ten Field Centers. It is a large (over 1,102
kb) file in pdf format and is also available in hard copy. Check it out
before you go document hunting!
policies that shape the way the United States and NASA approach exploration
in both aeronautics
History at NASA Centers - Travel to the
many installations around the world that make up NASA to learn about their
role in history.
NASA Headquarters Home
Page - Check out other NASA information!
Headquarters Library - Designed primarily for NASA
employees and contractors, but lots of useful information on available books,
journals, and much more for everyone.
Education Office A great site for students and educators.
NASA Center for AeroSpace
Information - A great source for technical reports
and similar information. A valuable research resource!
to Other Space Agencies - Check out other federal
government and international agencies involved in aerospace activities!
NASA Image eXchange (NIX)
: The NIX site includes links to photo databases at several field
centers. It is a convenient, user-friendly way to search by NASA photo number
or by keyword.
National Archives and Records Administration
(NARA): NARA has over 100,000 cubic feet of materials dealing with NASA/NACA. This specially-created site details what's available. Click here to go to the main NARA home page.
Other Interesting Aerospace History Links
- Check out a variety of sites from museums, professional societies, corporations,
and private individuals. While we do not specifically endorse these sites,
they contain useful information.
Stephen J. Garber, NASA History Web Curator
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